John Maeda Limited Edition Hennessy Bottle

John Maeda Limited Edition Hennessy Bottle

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Every holiday season (late October,) The Moet & Hennessy group release a highly sought after limited edition VSOP bottle. This bottle is usually in collaboration with an artist or a highly inspirational leader. For the 2017 Limited Release Hennessy VSOP Privilege bottle, they have teamed up with tech guru John Maeda. He highly believes that technology and art can be combined to the likeliness of a design that is appealing to all genres of clients. His thought is that art and design can transform the economy of the 21st century – just as technology and science has in the previous years. Introducing the John Maeda Limited Edition Hennessy Bottle.

John Maeda Limited Edition Hennessy Bottle

Originally from Seattle, Washington, John Maeda studied at MIT and actually wrote several books on design, business, and tech: Redesigning Leadership (2011)Laws of Simplicity (2006)Creative Code (2004)MAEDA@MEDIA (2001), and Design By Numbers (1999). All of his books feature stunning, brightly colored designs that are highly appealing to the eye. He briefly worked in Silicon Valley at the venture capital Kleiner Perkins Caufield and Byers Fellows Program (KPCB) which is a three month work based program that pairs top U.S. Engineering and Design Students with young entrepreneurs. KPCB has helped MAJOR companies come to life like Pinterest, AirBnB, and even UBER. While working in the Valley, Maeda became a fan of startup companies and began his #DesignInTech Report to help others with perceptivity of combining tech, design, business, and properly investing. He is currently looking to advanced everyone’s perception of design and inclusion in the tech industry since he originally began as an engineer himself. He then transferred to art & design to research & operating before finally settling into business/tech/investing. You can still visit his ORIGINAL website here.

EJohn Maeda is bringing together people’s love of art and technology together to create the perfect balance for the upcoming centuries. Think about it. Have you ever watched America’s Got Talent? This season featured an awesome dance group named ‘Light Balance.’ THEY are the perfect example of bringing together art and technology – along with business of course. Henny picked the perfect candidate for their 2017 Hennessy VSOP Privilege Bottle.

John Maeda Limited Edition Hennessy Bottle

Hennessy VSOP Privilege Bottle #8 is a superior cognac presented in a goldish-copper bottle featuring vividly colored equalizer-styled against a black matte background. Normally, there are two different bottles being released. One bottle is completely colored with a custom designed label white the other is a gift set containing two branded glasses and a clear bottle with the yearly designed label. For the 2017 distribution, you’ll receive the copper-toned bottle along with two branded (etched) Hennessy glasses in a sleek designer box.

Hennessy was founded in 1765 by Richard Hennessy in Cognac, France. Throughout the years, he thrived by exporting brandies back to his native Ireland and England. Twenty years later, Richard hired Jean Fillioux as the first Master Blender.  Since then, the families have been extremely close. 8 generations of these families have continued to run and oversee the aging and blending of Hennessy products. Today, Yann Fillioux holds the reigns as the Master Blender and also crafted Hennessy Paradis – a cognac of 100 eaux-de-vie. Hennessy became a prestige company when the Prince of Wales (who was a cognac connoisseur) and the feature King George IV of Great Britain ordered “very superior old pale” from the house. V.S.O.P has since become a benchmark for the cognac community. It wasn’t until 1856 that the brand received its permanent symbol: the coat-of-arms. The Bras Armé is an arm and axe that pay homage to the founder’s military service. His service earned him French citizenship and land in Cognac.

John Maeda Limited Edition Hennessy Bottle

In 1859, Hennessy made its first delivery. The cognac first made its Far East debut in China and quickly became a foreign ambassador for French Culture. Even to this day, the Henny is still an icon in Chinese culture and used to celebrate during family celebrations and at high-end restaurants. The most popular cognac in the world was established in 1865 as Hennessy V.S. Maurice Hennessy, Richard’s great-grandson, created a star classification system to distinguish cognac’s qualities. The brand finally reaches the United States in 1972 and quickly gained popularity. In 2011, Yann Fillioux created the Paradis Impérial after he was inspired by a legend of a rare blend of 1818 Cognac. This blend was reportedly created for Czar Alexander I of Russia. Yann and designer Stéphanie Balini created the faceted shape for the ornate crystal decanter.

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